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Jan 12, 2010 8:00pm EST
home. powell is reportedly packing up and moving to washington state. 800 miles away, despite the fact his wife still remains missing. josh powell will call this upscale washington community his new home. >> do you have any idea what happened to her? >> no. maybe she's somewhere. >> josh powell, the sole person of interest in his wife, susan's, disappearance, hitching up the moving van and driving it back to his father's home in washington, where he'll reportedly live with his 4 and 2-year-old sons. those sons allegedly went camping with powell the night susan disappeared to test the generator and make smores in freezing cold conditions. >> the whole thing sounds suspicious. >> west valley police say joshua powell remains their only person of interest in susan's disappearance. >> if it was my wife that disappeared i think i would have stayed and i would have certain talked to the police and told them everything i know. >> i still need to know where my daughter is. that's kind of where i am right now. i haven't -- i haven't a clue. >> straight out to jim kirkwood with ktkk news radio jo
Jan 5, 2010 8:00pm EST
, atlanta, christopher amolsch, washington, d.c. gloria, you take a lot of high-profile cases. i'm not even going to say the words "tiger woods" because i know you won't comment on it. not just cases like that. you've had a lot of cases regarding victims rights. what i want to know is, if you were representing this girl, what would you tell her to do? i think it would be difficult, because you'd be torn about the baby's best interest and legally her interests. >> that's true, nancy. you point out there may be a conflict at this point. because at this point, she's charged with a crime. so it may be in her interest not to say anything, not to say anything that might tend to incriminate herself. on the other hand, it's definitely in the baby's best interest for law enforcement to know where that baby is. because that baby if alive, may be at risk of harm and if not alive, law enforcement and the dad needs to know where that baby is. >> raymond giudice, could you see a defense attorney working a deal where she would get more lenient treatment if thshe woul just divulge what happened to the baby
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